TutorTree is an app that alows students from various Universites find reliable tutors for their classes. It provides tutors that set their own hours and rates.
“We are TutorTree: the evolution of tutoring. As a company developed by working undergrads, we believe in the impact of students helping students. We are a digitally and financially accessible app for college students to find prescreened peer tutors on their campus and vice versa.”
How it works
Booking a tutor
Find a class
Choose any class that you need help with
View available tutors
See all the tutors you can select. Compare their rates and availability to best match your preferences
Pay for your session
Conveniently use Apple Pay or Venmo to book your session
Handle upcoming sessions
In the connections tab you can see pending and upcoming sessions
Set a reminder in your calander app for an upcoming session or request a reschedule
As a tutor, reschedule an uncoming session if necessary
Use the built-in chat room to talk with people regarding sessions
Modify your settings
Customize your pay
Set how much you want to charge per half hour as well as the max hours you’d like to be booked a week
Select the classes you have been approved to tutor in
Set the times you are avaiable to tutor
See how much you have spent on tutors and how much you have made
Withdraw your funds using venmo or by asking for direct deposit
Contact the support team if you have any questions
TutorTree is a native iOS application that was built using Xcode, Swift and SwiftUI.
The UI is created programmatically using SwiftUI, no storyboard or xib files. MVVM design pattern is implemented to populate the model, communicate with the viewmodel, and update the view.
To handle authorization such as creating an account/login, Google’s Firebase is used. Firestore allows to collect user data such as the information they have provided, sessions, messages, transactions, etc. Storage is used to allow users to upload their profile images.
Heroku works as a server to send push notifications, sms messages, and emails.